- 1). Talk with your landlord. Schedule a meeting with your landlord and discuss your plans to purchase a home. Ask the landlord to terminate your lease early without penalty. He may comply if you've been a faithful and responsible tenant.
- 2). Forgo your security deposit. Some landlords ask for one month's rent as a security deposit. Negotiate an agreement, wherein the landlord retains your deposit permanently for terminating your lease agreement early.
- 3). If financially feasible, pay the rent on your old apartment or house until your landlord locates a new resident.
- 4). Work on your landlord's behalf. Be proactive and find possible tenants for your landlord. Check to see if a trusted friend or relative can take over your lease and move into the property.
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